Monrovia — The performing chairman of the Council of Patriots (CoP), Anthony Tengbeh, Sr. has stated the donation of over one thousand 5 hundred nostril masks by the strain group’s Maryland-USA chapter is a boast to Liberia’s COVID-19 struggle.
He believes the donation would assist buttress the federal government’s enforcement on stopping the virus.
Tengbeh stated the group has at all times been supportive to Liberians through the disaster, with a donation of well being gear through the outbreak of the third waves of the brand new variant of COVID-19.
“This isn’t their first time the CoP has donated a number of nostril masks and we need to respect the group for intervening when it issues most,” Tengbeh stated.
He stated the nostril masks can be distributed to individuals throughout Montserrado County.
In keeping with Tengbeh, the struggle to curb the pandemic can’t be carried out alone, as such, the group believes it is benefiting to affix the method. “It was not an enchantment made to them, they noticed it as a necessity to do that,” he added.
He stated the CoP stays dedicated to supporting Liberia’s growth drive and known as on Liberians to proceed adhering to preventive measures from the federal government.
Condemning the latest police brutality in opposition to residents who had been protesting for the reported dying of a truck driver by a police officer, Tengbeh stated: The alleged killing of a truck driver, Alieu Sheriff, and the usage of extreme pressure in opposition to college students by the police shouldn’t be accepted”.
“We’re calling on the Liberia Nationwide Police to be extra civilized in coping with civilians.”
Tengbeh stated the police have the mandate to guard life and property, however they’re quite the opposite destroying life and property, terming it as disheartening.
He then known as for a speedy investigation into the police alleged motion in opposition to the late Sheriff and college students on the College of Liberia.
He additionally expressed concern over the continued state of affairs on the Nationwide Transit Authority and desires a speedy consequence of a complete report from the continued investigation into the matter.
Tengbeh stated the CoP will take an motion if the federal government fails to deal with these issues. “Aside from that, the COP will take one other resolution that authorities might not admire,” Tengbeh stated.